Property Rights Issues
Omaha's Police Chief has turned in his retirement papers at the ripe old age of 48. That's no typo, at age forty-eight, when the average American will continue working for another 16 years, Alex Hayes will retire.
Chief Hayes will retire with a full Omaha Police management pension, which according to the Omaha World-Herald will pay the Chief $127,405 annually with a $600 annual cost-of-living increase.
Three million, five hundred and eighty three thousand, five hundred and forty dollars.
That's how much Omaha's taxpayers will shell out to pay Chief Hayes' his full pension over the course of his lifetime.
TransCanada announced it would voluntarily reroute the Keystone XL pipeline from the contentious Sand Hills route, yet Jane Kleeb with the environmental group Bold Nebraska continues to attack the project.
Tell Jane Kleeb and Bold Nebraska that now is the time to build the pipeline.
Nebraskans care about School Choice.
Lincoln, NE Americans for Prosperity Nebraska applauds Senator Mike Johanns for introducing legislation to let Congress vote to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. Senator Johanns bill, introduced yesterday, would restore Congresss power to regulate commerce (authorized under Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution) and end the current stalemate over the Keystone XL project.
Job creation has been delayed in Nebraska because the President has overextended his regulatory power and placed politics above prosperity, says AFP-NE State Director Brad Stevens. Senator Johanns bill gives back to Congress the ability to vote and move forward on the Keystone XL project, creating jobs and lowering our energy costs.
Tonight at 7:30pm AFPF-Nebraska will host a live simulcast discussion on education policy issues with Michelle Malkin and Dick Morris.
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We will also have State Board of Education member Bob Evnen and local educators to discuss what makes schools in Nebraska work, and how they can be better.
Starting at 7:30pm
Ridnour Room of the Apothecary Building
Lincolns Historic Haymarket
140 N. 8th Street